About the Gallery
The Motor House Gallery is located on the first floor of the building in the lobby. The gallery space is thoughtfully curated by Dr. Leslie King Hammond. Shows rotate every other month. For more information about exhibiting in the galley or purchasing artwork, please send an email to: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Current Exhibition: “Undesign the Redline”
On Display: May 5 – June 30 2018
Opening Reception: Thursday, May 17, 6-8:30 PM
Panel Discussion: Friday, June 8, 2-3:30 PM
Often gone unanswered are fundamental questions about our communities: how did we get here, and what does that mean for where are we going? Looking at structural crises and social challenges from a design perspective allows us to strategize for the future through a participatory process.
The Undesign the Redline process brings this deep historic and systemic conversation to the forefront, laying bare these important stories and working with communities and decision-makers to decipher their meaning for the current situation, we find ourselves in
In collaboration with the Neighborhood Design Center and Designing the We, Undesign the Redline will be exhibited at the Motor House from May 5 to June 30, 2018. The Motor House Gallery is open to the public.
Next Exhibition: TRUTH(s): Real – Imagined or FAKE!
July 9th – September 8th, 2018
Opening Reception: July 19th, 2018 from 6-8 PM
This is an exhibition that gives the artist and the community the opportunity to examine and reflect on the question of TRUTH(s) – what constitutes a truth in the contested times in which we all live? The second decade of the 21st century in America and the World continue to witness a marathon of troubling events that test the limits of our faith and hope in humanity. Information is channeled a through so many varied sources one does not know what to expect or how to deal with the erratic events that have become global. This is a rich mind field for the artist – in all media – to draw attention to the role that “TRUTH(s) – Real, Imagined or FAKE” play out in our daily lives.
The Motor House Gallery is open to the public in conjunction with Showroom Bar hours.
Joyce J. Scott
FORCE: Upsetting Rape Culture
Upcoming Gallery Events
September 28Modern Dating explores the often hilarious, at times awkward, and always daunting world of online dating. It is a sociological study acting as both a primer for those foreign to this experience as well as catharsis for those facing it. LaPage’s exhibition includes a step-by-step guide to online dating, a taxonomy of clichés with more than 1200 redacted profile screen shots organized and grouped by category, and interactive elements. This is a FREE event.
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